THE ANGLO-ZULU WAR; NEW PERSPECTIVES, edited by Andrew Duminy and Charles Ballard
A collection of academic essays published in 1981, in the aftermath of the war's centenary, and looking at different aspects of interpretation. Subjects covered include the origins of the war, Anglo-Zulu relations 1856-78, the Zulu political economy on the eve of war, the impact of the war on the Nquthu district (which of course includes iSandlwana), and the role of colonial officials in the destruction of the Zulu kingdom. Some interesting stuff in here. Paperback, 178 pages, maps, slight foxing to edges of pages, otherwise good clean condition.